Family, Friends Remember Texas College Student Killed in Apparent Road Rage Shooting

Sara Mutschlechner shot, killed after New Year's Eve party.

— -- Family and friends of a Texas college student killed in an apparent road rage shooting gathered Saturday to mourn their loss as police searched for a gunman.

Sara Mutschlechner, a junior at the University of North Texas, died Friday after she was shot while leaving a New Year's Eve party. The 20-year-old was remembered as selfless, spirited, and fun-loving.

“There are so many people that knew her, that she touched their lives,” said her father, Clay Mutschlechner. “She never met a stranger.”

“She was friends with everyone,” added her mother, Gloria Mutschlechner.

“She was just one of those people that always had a smile on her face, never said no to an adventure," said Chris Challiot, a friend.

Mutschlechner, who described herself on her LinkedIn page as an "avid movie-goer," majored in radio, television and film with a minor concentration in theater, UNT spokeswoman Margarita Venegas told ABC News.

She was also a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, according to its Facebook page.